Blackbird Artist Jen Bartel has shared a way for fans to draw a character of their choice into the final scene of the She-Hulk: Lawyer trailer.
Bartel, who won an Eisner Award in 2019 for his work as a cover artist on Image Comic’s Blackbird and Vault Comic’s Overwhelmedposted a She-Hulk model on his JenBartel.Club Substack page. The model is based on the final scene of the She-Hulk: Lawyer trailer where Jennifer Walters picks up a man and carries him through an apartment. “I thought it would be fun to make a model (with the comic version I drew on all these covers) for anyone who wants to draw in their OC or really, any character in that pose (iconic )”, Bartel posted.
Bartel also created the cover for Marvel’s 2022 She-Hulk series, launched in January. Written by Rainbow Rowell with art by Luca Maresca and Roge Antonio, the first three issues of the series followed Walters past his stint on Jason Aaron. avengers as she now returns to her career as a lawyer – while smashing the occasional criminal or villain, when the situation calls for it.
Marvel released the first Disney+ trailer She-Hulk: Lawyer series on May 17. Besides the iconic moment at the end, the Tatiana Maslany-starring trailer also stars Jameela Jamil as Titania, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Smart Hulk, Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky/Abomination, and Benedict Wong as Wong. Other cast members include Ginger Gonzaga, Josh Segarra, Jameela Jamil, Jon Bass, and Renée Elise Goldsberry.
Announced at D23 2019, She-Hulk: Lawyer marks the eighth MCU TV series to air on Disney+. The series was written and created by Jessica Gao, with episodes directed by Kat Coiro and Anu Valia. The show will begin streaming on Disney+ on August 17, with the first season containing eight episodes in total.
The She-Hulk character was created by Stan Lee and John Buscema. First appearance in the 1980s The savage She-Hulk #1, Jennifer Walters gets her gamma induced powers after her cousin, Bruce Banner, gives her an emergency blood transfusion. Walters is usually portrayed as having more control over her powers than Banner, as she is able to retain her personality when transforming into a giant, towering monster. The character has been a member of a number of Marvel teams over the years, including the Avengers, Fantastic Four, Heroes for Hire and more. The recently announced Limit the damage will see its star alongside Moon Knight, Quicksilver and others on an all-new mission that will reveal some of the cleanup crew’s secret inner workings.
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